Association for Asian Studies, Ann Arbor (AAS)
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1949, as Far Eastern Association. Present name adopted 1957.
Form a scholarly, nonpolitical, and nonprofit professional association of all persons interested in Asians studies; promote interest in, and scholarly study of Asia; provide means for publication of scholarly research and other materials designed to promote Asians studies; promote cooperative activities and exchange of information within the field of Asian studies; facilitate contact and exchange of information between scholars and scholarly organizations in North America interested in Asian studies and those in other countries.
Events2024-03-14 | Seattle, WA USA – Annual Conference
2023-03-16 | Boston, MA USA – Annual Conference
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Area Councils (4): Southeast Asia Council (SEAC), including G-XG9865 - Committee on Research Materials on Southeast Asia (CORMOSEA); 'China and Inner Asia Council (CIAC)'; 'Northeast Asia Council (NEAC)'; 'South Asia Council'. Council of Conferences.
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